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teacher accused of sexually exploiting a student.how a t-v report at a strip club added to the counts against mary beth haglin. haglin.iowa's senators speak out against the veteran's administraiton. people higher up in the v-a dont want to hear anything bad. bad.the call for congress to . higher up in the va don't want to hear anything bad. >> the call for congress to act after a veteran takes his own life. crawling through t the light at the ends of a major road construction project. another night under the lights as we bring you the first high school football highlights of the night on the eastern. the -- is over, we'll tell you what that means for your forecast. and the case of the cattle.
>> this is fox 28 news at 9:00. we begin with a story where the city's police chief is under fire. >> chief dan has led the police department for more than 6 investigating an officer who allegedly used insults against a black teen in 2013.another was punished this month for pulling the hair of a handcuffed suspect.now - the waterloo cedar falls courier reports chief trelka told officers he's been asked to step down.today - waterloo mayor quentin hart declined to comment on the situation.but other city leaders told the associated press they feel like they've been left in the dark.we will continue to follow this developing story and bring you the latest fox 28 news at on our website, fox 28 iowa dot com as it comes in. a former teacher was arrested a second time today -- --now accused of violating a no-contact order. order.mary beth haglin is
exploitation by a school employee after prosecutors say she had sex with a student at cedar rapids washington. washington.haglin pleaded not guilty to that charge.but earlier this month, a pleaded not guilty to that charge. but earlier this month a charge against haglin for violating a no-contact order. haglin was again booked at the linn county jail today before posting bail.she declined to she was again booked at the lynn county jail she declined to comment. a week's worth of testimony wrapped up today in the david miller murder trial. he is accused of stabbing and strangling in their benton county home last year. today testimony focused on dna evidence. questioned a crime specialist about the dna left in the home and on the body.
miller was at the residence at some point in time. yes."if miller is convicted of first degree murder by the jury - he will spend the rest of his life in prison.we'll be back in the courtroom monday afternoon when testimony continues. a quiet but cloudy day across eastern iowa. iowa.and with the weekend here, everyone's ready for the cloudy day. >> is and with the weekend here, everybody is ready for the sunshine to look at the weatherford forecast. >> and the clearing forecast is already underway in our western counties where starting to show some stars. it's 65 in cedar rapids. 64. that could toledo some areas of patchy fog tonight but for now the fog is off to the east of us and that's where it will stay for the upcoming weekend
central eye iowa so by tomorrow morning a beautiful day, mostly sunny he conditions and a kick off temperature of 70 and if you're not going to the game, you're just going to hang around outside, it should be a great day for that. look for 70s around the noon hours and mostly sunny. i was 2 u.s. senators are waiting for the inspector general to finish before continuing their search for -- at the hospital. u.s. marine corps veteran family says that he he committed suicide shortly after reaching out to the iowa city va for help. met with va officials today to grassley says so far - nationwide -- the v-a system suffers because they haven't so far nationwide the va system suffers because they haven't
>> it stems from the fact that there's not an appreciation of information that comes from whistle blowers. people higher up docket want to hear -- don't want to hear anything bad and our job in the congress is to make sure that there's maximum amount of transparency because within the system itself.they say congress ?could make changes -- but it would take at federal level. wrapping up truck driver appreciation week -- --governor terry branstad today praised the trucking industry for boosting iowa's ec. wrapping up truck driver appreciation week, praised for boosting iowa's economy. he said his administration has worked hard to for safety. he also noted that trucking is a competitive industry that not only brings products to iowa
>> the trucking industry is one out of every 13 paycheck insist iowa. >> says distracted driving by others is a top concern for truck drivers. they say putting up your phone. the mayor of north liererty says she is getting an earful about traffic. >> examines the construction at the heart of the problem the call for drivers to practice patience just a little bit longer. >> come and go workers say more often than before the view out their store morning and evening is a line of cars. >> they told me the line was back to 965 one day and the only thing you can do is just sit and wait. >> says customers are talking about it. >> just this week when i was coming off the interstate going southbound and coming into
and it took probably sai minutes just to get into town. >> it doesn't matter if you're the mayor either. >> i got caught in quite a traffic jam and ended up getting stuck for a good 20 minutes. >> right now north liberty is in the process of widening penn street. the new 4 lane road is intended to help community meanwhile safety concerns on the 965 bridge recently closed earlier than planned. >> the city is upgrading 10th street so we would be prepared when that bridge closed to have the excess traffic. >> both city and county officials are asking drivers to be safe, patient and to pay attention. >> i am thinking that the construction is almost done and i hope it clears up soon. >> covering the corridor in north liberty.
road opened up in early october and the bridge before the first snowfall. at the university of iowa an induction formally honoring bruce -- as president. featured live music and followed by the special tailgate and pep rally. president harold shared with those on hand his idea of the future. >> our mission is not just to deliver the short term results but a lifetime of service marked by boundless curiosity, complex thought and insice i have judgment. >> to accomplish that says leaders maw find a new way forward rather than relying on the procedures from the last. both potential running mates will make stops in the
mike pence will have 2 stops on monday and a rally monday night in did you buick. also tim kaine will travel to rains. the virginia senator will hold a rally with his wife. for more information about all of these events you can just go to our website. today the clinton campaign took aim at donald trump's on fuels. released a trump plans to destroy current policy that -- for a brief time renewable fuels claim it was no accident. this was a fully formed policy idea that got sent out to reporters - it wasn't just a typo or somebody misspeaking, this is something that will gut a very important law that is important to a lot of iowa f. families.a new fact sheet posted on the campaign's website makes no mention of trump's policy plans for
mention of trump's policy plan for renewable fuel but last week the republican nominee voters while reaching out to in. independents.fox 28 news national correspondent jeff barnd shows us how -- -they're waging that fight at all hours of the night. night. there's no doubt presidential campaigns can be contententiou sa& promises have grown white hot.." im going to lower your taxes"and so have the attacksa&we need to stand up and rhetoric."but one critical stop on the way to the white housea& the tv talk show circuita& allows the nation to see the contenders with their hair downa& or in the case of donald trump on jimmy fallon this weeka& let their quaffa& do what it wantsa& "yes!"donald trump is currently trying to overcome some previous gaffes made on the campaign traila& while hillary clinton faces mounting chatter about ?her? healtha&
livea& mrs clinton tried proving her strengtha& by opening a pickle jara& some political experts say an appearance ---- like clinton on jimmy kimmel's show --- provide a much more informal platforma&allowing candidates to overcome obstacles in the more confining arenas of campaign stops, news conferences, or debatesa&just what effect these appearences have on voters is ?still? open to debate among pundits. take the groundbreaking appearance appears have on voters is open to debate. take a groundbreaking appearance with a saxophone, an arkansas governor and a little help from elvis. media expert says as iconic as that was. >> many people thought he was unpresidential. >> nonetheless he became our 42 42nd president.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero,
he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
a ribbon cutting is usually a time to celebrate a new structu. structure.and for the indian a ribbon cutting is usually a time to celebrate a new structure. >> and for the nature center this new building is truly one of a kinds. today they celebrated the grand opening of a space. formally connected the new building to the solar cell that will power it. one of the most environmentally friendly in the state be from the sun. >> it's really focused on sustainability. but most importantly it's focused on fun and getting people out to enjoy nature and all we have to offer. >> and this weekend will be a great time to chick it out -- check it out. a variety of events. this next story has iowa written all over it.
retired fire chief steve havlik is ready for another year of deer hunting - steve havlik:"i'm an avid bow-hunter and i enjoy it."with only two weeks until bow-hunting begins - sh: "i got a text message hunting. >> with only 2 weeks until bow hunting begins. >> i got a text message from the lands owner. >> loose livestock roaming the land. >> it's the dollar amount and the sweat equity that i put in the food plot and the cattle chasing off the want to hunt in 2 weeks. >> after knocking on doors he he found where the cattle called home. >> they are actually part of our teaches herd. they escaped from a pasture we are utilizing. unfortunately we had a tree limb come down on our fence. >> as hunting season draws near, they are concerned about the problem these cattle pose. >> cattle being in the corn,
down. >> so he is calling in a bovine buff to get these cows moving in the right direction. >> we have hired a professional. the end goal is to safely bring the cattle back. we have been working on the issue full time. proactive and make it more public. i mean, nobody really knew about it and they've been wandering for a couple weeks." covering the corridor in cedar rapids, connor morgan, fox 28 news at nine. experts tell fox 28 news there is little risk the animals warn drivers the cows could wander out on the roads in northeast cedar rapids. rapids.they're now using experts on horseback and who use dogs to track the scents - because underbrush is making it hard to track down the cows. if you see the animals - you should contact heath geiman at the number on your screen.
so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. house majority pac is responsible
this year it comes in september. now tonight it's been a little tough out there because of the cloud but they are starting to thin out so we'll be able to see it tonight and especially saturday and sunday night and it comes up just during the evening hours so you can see it over the horizon. >> it's a nice sight. >> there will be a lot of cameras clicking. >> we've got that and i think the weather is going to be cooperative to get rid of our clouds and the temperatures are starting to cool out there. the winds are calm right now and our dewpoint tonight is still up there at 64 but that will start to go down by tomorrow morning as some dryer air comes from the northwest and that's going to help chew up those clouds. right now readings are in that
over towards waterloo, did do debuick. over in illinois, we are seeing the back edge of the clouds now getting into eastern iowa, so it's good we missed out on the rain today because last night there was plenty of that. how can i know son had 2.8 inches of rain, parts of ce rapids as much as 2 inches of rain and even up not northeast had another inch and a half and those thunderstorms that came through last night. now on the radar with the rain to the east of us we won't have to worry about any of that for the next couple of days and that means good things for any sort of football games. one of the bigger ones is iowa taking on north dakota state
skies mostly sunny. so tonight you can see we've got a front that's working its way across eastern iowa and that's bringing in the dry air so that will chew up those clouds and with this high pressure around all the way through the upcoming weekend we will see some nice skies. highs tomorrow afternoon should be back up in the mid-70s in many locations and the dewpoints are going down. they will be in tomorrow. so some really nice comfortable late summer weather expected. that won't last into next week because summer is going to make a little surge here and that will mean southwesterly winds and above normal temperatures for most of next week. i see a lot of highs in that range of 85 degrees. we'll also get a little humidity in here and that will set the stage for thunderstorms
and lowing around 55 to 60 degrees, wins turning in from the west tomorrow. pretty nice day, temperatures low he to mid-70s in the north. lots of sunshine and looks like winds will be 10 to 15 and the extended forecast has 80 on sundays with lots of sunshine. monday another chance for storms. but i think after that we'll keep temperatures in the range of 83 to 85 next week. you can see chance of storms. so that's going to be a late week event. hen meantime the weekend looks excellent. the man whose literary gift forever changed a corn field in the middle of iowa. wrote the best seller shoeless joe, it tells a fictional tale.
film adaptation, field of dreams. to this day, thousands come to the film site to have a catch with dad or anyone else. although from canada, he graduated from the iowa's writer's workshop. his canadian home.his impact on iowa will forever be remembered in a baseball field in rural iowa with no team, but millions of fans around the world.w-p kinsella, was 81
frazao shows us, a political storm is brewing over how the nation responds to natural disa. disasters. last month's flooding in louisiana left 13 people dead and was yet another blow to a region that's been hit time and time another blow to a region that's been hit time and time again. here's the mayor of den ham springs, one of the most impacted areas. >> you want to know why people are frustrated. >> some in congress beli turn to the government. >> they are giving billions of dollars to do their job and they are failing. >> we were able to speak he to fema here. officials told me they were on the ground before the rain even started but added that the federal government should be the last line of defense, not the first. >> in most disasters they are local. they are handled by the individual folks, handled by
>> congressman john fleming says a group called the kagan navy did just that. >> it was a group of people that pulled out their boats and they had a internet communication system. >> according to fema it's come a long way. >> what grade would you give fema for the response this time around. >> we learn from every event and we will learn from that event as well. >> the whole reason for fema strongest. >> we have literally more than 100,000 people that are living in more than 30 inches of rain and fema is able to put up a dozen temporary housing structures. are you kidding me? this is a pathetic response. >> in washington, i'm kristine. next on the news at 9:00,
high school basketball team's choice of apparel. >> and they will bring you the first highlights from another week of football when the fox news at 9:00 continues. just how far hard work and dedication can take you.and even then nothing is a guranteed to be a champion.in your winnig ways ... we sat down with 1976 diving champion jennifer chandler ... who says ...in her prime, at age 17 .. olympic diving champion understood intrinsicallyhard work reallyt does pay off.we worked out 3 times a day leading up to the trials. we were doing 100 dives a day.> for her ... it was all about focus -- especially while competing in the olympics in montreal.i spent most of my time saying, just relax. it same 10 dives. it's the same 10 dives.>even today .. that ability to zone in .. to block out distractions .. still guides her.samford university
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the clark community school district is now rehe viewing its practices after the poster earned a lot of negative attention. >> was the theme. the girl's basketball players features players in war paint. many call it racist and culturally incorrect but parents are speaking out in support of the message of the poster. >> these girls are representing, you know, being ready for the season to come "everything that i saw on the poster does not in any manner depict native american women and that's the sad part our women are very beautiful and and that's the sad part. our women are very beautiful and to be respected. >> until a district review is
media.but he is breaking his silence to our sharyl attkisson.opponents called for governor paul lepage's resignation after he ripped into a political rival in a voicemail.despite the salty language, governor lepage dared the lawmaker to release the recording -- which he did. i want you to prove that i'm a racist. i've spent my life helping black people and you little son-of-a b???? socialist ????sucker. ????sucker.lepage has been embroiled in controversies stemming from his dislike of the press, and his unorthodox ways. his supporters call him a straight-shooter who's become a political target--in part-- because of his aggressive push to reform the welfare state. i've met some people that in 2010 hated me. hated me. i was, when i was campaigning about reforming welfare. and i just get these letters occasionally saying, "you were absolutely rightnow i'm not on benefits. i am self-reliant
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done
in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
slowly but surely the clouds are thinning out and clearing out across our western counties and by tomorrow morning we'll be getting back into some sunshine here. for the moment, partly sunny skies, the temperature here, our winds are calm and the dewpoint is up to 64 so not a lot of spread between the temperature and the dewpoints so it is possible that we do see some areas of fog form, especially in those saw some heavy rain last night. right now our temperatures are looking a way. the rest of us a few degrees warmer. iowa city is the hot spot tonight. as we go to the satellite. here's where the rain has occurred today just to the east of us from the border here of eastern iowa off into illinois. you can see that clearing now
that is the sunshine that will be back in our area tomorrow. as far as the radar goes, you can see the last of the rains now. it's dry in eastern eye would and expected to stay that way through the weekend and probably mondays as well. so tomorrow in iowa city, the gold football game right there looks like a really fine day. the temperature right around degrees. the sky mostly clear, west winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. today this front has been working its way across the midwest. that dumped rain and now that system is to the east of us and behind it pressure that will bring some dryer air in here and that's why the clouds are expected to get chewed up tonight. temperatures tomorrow should be generally back in the mid-70s
of us you can actually see some 80s so that's the warmer air that should start trudging east. one thing nice about the weather will be the dry air with dewpoints only in the 50s tomorrow afternoon. but don't examine expect that to last too long. all week long temps will average 5 to inarm normal. tonight we will see gradual clearing from west to east. looks like temperatures will be coolest in the northwest. down to 54 in charles city. and for tomorrow skies becoming sunny across the entire area and temperatures low to mid-70s up in the north to the mid-70s in our southern counties and
day on sunday with plenty of sun. mondays we're up to 84. could see a few thunderstorms around. not looking for too many of those for tuesday with the best chance probably sometime on thursday as a more organized system crosses the midwest then. by the way, my mom and dad are watching tonight. today is their 66th wedding anniversary. >> wow. >> just wanted to great they have been and appreciate them. >> happy anniversary. >> absolutely. that's fantastic. >> hard to top that, zach. >> yeah,. >> how do you beat that? >> i'm just going to roll the tape. why this one quickly became a warrior run away.
again, connedy, missed the catch and whoop, touchdown warriors. that makes it 14-0 wash. then later in the corner, again he finds braid on wright streaking down the sidelines. another wash and last that score, they were up 35-7 in the 3rd. taking on jefferson at kinston. deer gets the cougars red zone and that's where the drg lock down. on the stop to bring up 4th down but kennedy still gets points. cougars up 38-7 in the 4th quarter. cedar rapids had no trouble 3 games into the season. the saints are averaging 42 points per game and they have
in the state. the saints offense got things rolling early. first quarter, mall malachi wilson. he's headed to the house. xavier takes a 7-0 lead just 3 minutes into the game. their next possession, they go to the air. finds tight end and that puts xavier up 14-0. still in the 1st. this time it's to nolan ski. xavier rolls. they are 4 and 0. to brownfield we go. west delaware hosting. no score in the first. that's when kaleb curly took over. hawks go up 6-0 and curly wasn't done. he spins out of a would be tackler and off to the races. he's in for another score. west delaware goes up 14 off 0.
again and another touchdown. scares hawks up 41-7 in the 3 3rd. hosting mid prairie. golden hawks trying to answer but the -- over the qb's head. that would lead to this t. drew adams fakes the hand off and dives in for 6. mustangs go up 14-0. the golden hawks right back. carson gingrich finds a wide open. that puts on the board but the mustangs would get the win, almost 28-24 in the 4th. lisbon hosting northwest. links send the ball off and good things happen. hinton finds his way in.
that made austin a little mad. running like a man possessed. and that tough run would set up this. jake bides some time and he's the one beat. right into the arms of blake language hurst. touchdown lisbon and they are tied at 12 in the 2nd. the university you buick. >> the spartans come from all across the nation from hawaii. >> alaska is a very well rehe crueted area. >> i wanted to go as far south as i could. >> because now they are leading the nation with their top rated high flying offense. >> oh my gosh. its might be the most talented
since i've coached football. >> and he's coached the national player of the year, so what is it that makes this offense so special? >> got to play fast, fast as you can play. >> the word on the street is we've got a lot of fast games and in the game of football rings speed kills. >> speed also means touchdowns, 14 of them for the first 2 weeks of the year. for the champs who by the way also feature 14 new starter going to help us for this year and that is just be successful. >> and that goes beyond the stats and rankings on both sides of the ball. >> when i first got here it was kind of like, all right the offense does this but now it's kinds of like we're all together and we're just team. >> from all around the country and ready to take the nation by storm. the fox 28 news at nine returns. returns.
hyman.detroit was the biggest municipal bankruptcy in u.s. history. here's what's happening behind the headlines. while detroit was in its financial hellhole there was an expectation that vital services would be performed. water, sewer and trash pick-up would continue. cops blazes. providing critical services to support safety and well-being is the highest priority. . providing critical services to support safety and well being is the highest priority, but long before the motor city filed for bankruptcy there was one vital service ignored. in 2009 a prosecutor visiting an evidence warehouse stumbled upon 11,000 rape kits from victims sealed and untested.
later there's still a backlog yet to be tested. matching dna has helped catch countless perpetrators. attackers remain free and victims docket get closure. this wasn't a bankruptcy issue. many cities aren't sending rape kits to the lab. new york city he had 7000. according to the justice department there are more than 400,000 rape kits evidence rooms around the country untested of the it's a national epidemic and a disgrace and the backlog to
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finally tonight, the guinness book of world records has named an iowa
man the 98-year-old finally tonight the guinness book of world records has named a man oldest pilot in the world. 98-year-old ernie smith got the notice this week. >> you need to come out here. said i've got something important to talk about. so i figured well, i don't know why so i stepped in the door and i said, i know what, they found somebody older.
anybody older. >> the manager and some of his friends encouraged ernie to go for the title. he he said he plans to keep renting a cess make a couple of times each week. >> hopefully this weekend. >> he's got plenty of spunk yet and it really does look like a fine weekend for us. so tomorrow for the state university game, the bisons, 70 degrees at kick comfortable conditions down that way. and then after that if you're just going to hang out and enjoy the day, we start with temperatures around 58 degrees. at noon around 73. and mostly sunny skies should prevail tomorrow and sunday as well. >> beautiful. >> 3 straight weekends in a row. >> the final downtown farmer's
there so definitely come and say hello. >> thanks so much for watching fox 28 news at 9:00. >> have a the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits.
eric: the fall sports are in full swing at the university of northern iowa! on this edition of panther sports talk, we recap the home opener for the football team and preview the road trip to eastern washington. we'll catch up with nfl running back david johnson, introduce you to this year's hall of fame class, and spotlight th quarterback for the volleyball team. a brand new edition of panther